UWE's First Interdisciplinary Symposium on Organized Crime

Date: 10 October 2018
Venue: Bristol Law School (room to be confirmed)
Venue Location: https://www1.uwe.ac.uk/about/visitus/campusmapsandinformation/frenchaycampus/frenchaycampusmaps.aspx
Time: 09:00-17:00


CHAIRS: Dr Mary Alice Young (Law, UWE) and Dr Michael Woodiwiss (History, UWE).

This Symposium is funded by UWE's Centre for Applied Legal Research and endorsed by the Criminal Justice Unit, the International Law and Human Rights Unit, and the Regional History Centre. The Symposium is in association with SOLON Interdisciplinary Studies in Law, Crime and History.

Speakers who have kindly expressed an interest in talking about their wonderful research, are:

• Dr Michael Woodiwiss (History, UWE).

• Dr Anna Markovska (Criminology, Anglia Ruskin).

• Professor Tim Hall (Human Geography and Criminology, Winchester).

• Mr Mark Berry, PhD Researcher, Cardiff University, Trustee for the International Association for the Study of Organised Crime.

• Mr Jonathan Benton (Freelance - Formerly Head of Proceeds of International Corruption Unit and Senior Investigating Officer leading the UK Anti-Corruption Task Force and Proceeds of Corruption Unit. Jonathan had responsibility for all the grand corruption investigations undertaken targeting corrupt Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) laundering illicit assets either in, or through, the UK. Jonathan's extensive and expansive career combined with his passion for combating corruption, now means he is one of the most sought after consultants in the area.)

• Mr Mike Lewis (Freelance - Mike's work documents and understands the activities of states, individuals, armed groups and companies in armed conflicts and vulnerable economies, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa but also in Northern Europe, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia. More information about Mike Lewis's research).

How to attend

Please register for Interdisciplinary Symposium on Organized Crime Registration

More details and full event schedule to follow soon.

Cost: Free
Contact: Josie Englishby
E-mail: calr@uwe.ac.uk

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